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Of aU temporal evils, death is the greatest, and therefore Job calls il the King of
terrors, Job xviii. 14. or the most terrible of terribles. Thuanus * relates two strange
instances of the- fear of death : " One of a certain captain, who was so terrified ...
Though death be terrible in any shape, in the mildest form it can appear in ; yet a
violent and bloody death, by ' the hands of cruel and merciless men, is the most
terrible form that death can appear in ; it is now the king of terrors indeed, in the ...
As much therefore as the reaping time is better than tha fowingand plowing, time,
so much better is the death than the life of a believer. 2. A believer's living time is
his fighting time, but his dying time is his conquering and triumphing time, i Cor.
By a natural death we only submit ourselves to the unavoidable consequence of
fin, but in dying a violent death for Christ, we give our testimony against the evil of
sin, and for the precious truths of Jesus Christ. The first is the payment of a debt ...
That Abraham, Moles, and all the believers under the Old Testament, by standing
absolutely under Adam's covenant of works, as a ministration of death and
condemnation ; and, at the fame time, purely under the covenant of grace (as Mr.
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